In the first few years of my marriage. My bi polar husband had kind of forced me into moving away. It caused issues with my family. When I moved back i resolved the issues. My mother had me apoligize to everyone. Now 11 years later and after my husbands suicide my brother tells me that my sister and mom are still holding a grudge for the way things happened and they cause tension because now i am to blame for the way my sister feels acts and has lived her life. Do I confront them or do I just let them figure out how to deal with their issues?I am going with the second because it is their issue for now, but it hurts to know they feel this way.
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